UTMB’s Center for Addiction Research was honored by Galveston’s City Council for its support of Substance Abuse Prevention Month. The... read article »
The 2012 State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) is well under way and will continue through November 30, 2012... read article »
The UTMB School of Nursing and Nursing Service hosted Partnership Excellence in Nursing Education — Texas Dedicated... read article »
Traffic on 6th Street near Harborside Drive will be restricted to two lanes, beginning Monday, so crews can repair the street’s... read article »
The annual Salute to Nursing Golf Tournament raised more than $71,000 for scholarships for students attending the UTMB School of... read article »
Ten UTMB patients were able to exercise their right to vote during the presidential election thanks to a great team of... read article »
There have been 1,718 human cases of West Nile virus infection reported to the State Health Department in 2012. This is the largest... read article »
Nearly 26 million children and adults in America live with diabetes, and another 79 million at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes. The... read article »
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On Tuesday, October 23, the School of Health Professions held its annual Scholarship Luncheon. School of Health Professions faculty and staff were... read article »
UTMB celebrated Halloween and the beginning of fall with the Fifth Annual Children's Halloween Carnival, decorated pumpkins for... read article »
Registered nurses from the surgical intensive care unit (SICU) and the burn intensive care unit (BICU), alongside resident physicians... read article »
Dr. Angelica Robinson is a woman on a mission: She wants to take breast cancer screening services on the road to as many underserved women in the... read article »